New Delhi: The Congress has complained to the Election Commission on Friday in connection with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech in Wardha, Maharashtra, as a “hate and divisive”. The party said that the Commission should take action to have a clear violation of Election Code of Conduct. In addition to the speech of the Prime Minister, the party accused Amit Shah of giving false information in the election affidavit, alleged seizure of money from Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu’s vehicles, ‘unconstitutional deployment of officials’ and ‘electoral malpractice in tribal areas’ Taking five different reports before the Election Commission.
The Congress delegation, who had complained to the Election Commission, included senior leaders Ahmed Patel, Randeep Surjewala and Abhishek Manu Singhvi. Congress spokesman Abhishek Manu Singhvi said, “What Modiji has said is an outrage and an attempt to take the electoral benefit. Hatefully, in Wayanad’s context. We have demanded that action should be taken on this. ”
It is worth mentioning that during the election rally of Congress President Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad of Kerala, Modi had claimed in an election rally in Maharashtra that Gandhi was contesting from a minority constituency due to the majority of the people. Congress in another report to the Election Commission alleged that Amit Shah, who contested from Gandhinagar Lok Sabha seat, misinterpreted his property and liability.